Just back from StreamingMedia West, it was a great, high energy show. I just posted a lengthy article on my reflections from the show on the main site, here.
Digital Content Producer just published an article that I wrote explaining the basics of Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming to the iPhone/iTouch platform, both how the technology works and your implementation options. I think that streaming to this platform will become essential over the next 12 to 18 months, as mobile viewership increases. For example (as…Details
I’m at StreamingMedia West in San Jose about to go into a session on improving your streaming video quality – my top tips. I’m attaching the presentation to this short post for those who attended and others interested in the topic.I hope you find theDetails
Long day of demos at Streaming Media West. All very interesting, some suboptimal from the standpoint of effectiveness, so while I’m waiting for the Tiramisu I had after dinner to function like organic Ambien, I thought that I would write down some tips for sales and marketing types to consider before their next product demos.…Details
At StreamingMedia West in San Jose where I debuted my new blonde ‘do to the adoring (OK, skeptical) crowd. That’s Tim Siglin on the left, Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen on the right and blondie in the middle. I started the show with a session entitled Producing H.264 for Streaming and Progressive Download (3 hours), and host an…Details
I taught a class on H.264 production at Streaming Media West
today. Two related trends that I discussed were HTTP delivery of streaming media and
adaptive bitrate streaming, where multiple files are encoded for distribution to remote viewer
Ten years ago, a streaming video player performed one function – it
played your video. Today, the features of your player are critical to
achieving the maximum return on investment from your video.
Specifically, a well featured, properly designed